New Castle News Weekend in New-Castle, Pennsylvania 16 May 1998
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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - May 16, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania
Saturday sunday new Castle a May 16-17,1998 118th year no. 213 copyright 1998 new Castle new new Castle news the voice lives on Sinatra a legacy will continue for years to come r an a above everything los Angeles a there was the voice. Say what you will about the style and swagger the women Money Fame Power mob ties the tastes and habits that Long ago fell out of favor. There was and always will be the Light and completely original. It was the source of All of Frank Sinatra a Power and greatness. Late thursday night Sinatra died at 82, his wife at his Side in the emergency room of Cedars Sinai medical Center after a heart attack. He had been ill for More than a year. The voice fell silent a silent but not silenced. There Are too Many records and signature songs a a my Way a a new York new York a a strangers in the night a too Many to shows and movies too Many memories too lasting an imprint on american popular culture. Sinatra Page 3 0 inside classified. ____20-27 comics to. .14 crossword. ________24 daily record. .12 entertainment .13 horoscopes. .25 living. .9-11 Money. .5 obituaries. .5 sports. .15-19 former Stooss employees recall store customers Noju bullets a today a police officer must also consider the spectre of aids or an Accident during High Speed Pursuit As threats to his life by Leanna Norris new Castle news when it. Rick Russo took his Job with the new Castle police department he like most police officers did no to take the Job to die. But an average of 151 police officers have died each year within the past decade. Russo said being a police officer is a dangerous Job but he thanks god for the Blessing that there has not been any police fatalities since 1979. In 1979, state police trooper Robert j. Izzo was shot to death during a drug raid in Mahonin town. A Only eight officers in Lawrence county that we know of on record have been killed a Russo said. He said the extensive Law enforcement training especially in a Street survival tactics along with their body Armor known As ballistic or Bullet proof vests has contributed to keeping officers Safe. But the ballistic vests Are not Only for the Protection from bullets Russo said. In 1991, Russo was in a car Accident during a Pursuit where he ended up with five fractured ribs inside. Slain police officers saluted during memorial event see Page 5 and four cracked ribs on the opposite Side. A ballistic vests Are designed to absorb Impact As Small and fast As a Bullet and As Large As a steering wheel a Russo said. A my Vest saved my life and i think the decrease in police fatalities is because the majority of officers Wear Jackson added that the size of the Community adds to the Low crime rate in the area. A this is such a close knit Community where people know everyone a Jackson said. A because of the size of the Community someone will end up but despite his close Calls and Fortune in remaining alive and Well Russo said he still fears for his safety As Well As the safety of those around him. A a there a a lot of disease out there like hepatitis and aids and that a becoming a big fear in Law enforcement a Russo said. A we Deal with a lot of blood people who May spit on us just a lot of bodily new Castle police it. Rick Russo far left along with officers Anthony Pruchnic Center and Bob Salem Alt Dur ing the playing of taps at the police memorial Day ceremony held at Cascade Park last night. Fluid that May be Tim Barclay 33-year-old City patrolman agreed with the concern for safety As Well As the need to remain Safe for his family a Sake. A the first thing that pops in my mind is my family a Barclay said. A i fear for what it would be like if i be there for them As a husband and a Barclay experienced a near death scenario while attempting to subdue a suspect. A i was hit with a steel object that hit my Eye a Barclay said a and i almost lost my but both Barclay and Russo have remained in the profession because of the Public interaction and the idea of helping people. A sometimes if you can help a family resolve their problems or get a kid Back on the right track it has a lot of rewards a Barclay said. Along with the rewards however Are the frustrations of parents who teach their children to fear Law enforcement officers. A a it a not right for parents to say to a child a see that policeman hell take you away if you re not Good a a please see bullets Page 5gop hopefuls Eye Chance to Battle Democrat incumbents a three seek nomination to Challenge Klink in november by John k. Manna new Castle news the nations Economy is booming and unemployment is at its lowest Point in 28 years. Its one reason 1998 is considered a relatively Safe year for congressional incumbents who Are seeking re election. But that Hasni to stopped three men from trying to unseat 4th District congressman Ron Klink this year. The three Are seeking the Republican nomination in tuesdays primary with the Winner facing Klink in november. Klink is unopposed in the democratic primary in his bid for a fourth term. The three challengers Are Paul t. Adametz a printing firm owner from seven Fields Dave Miller a certified Public accountant from Cranberry township and Mike Turzai an attorney from Bradford Woods. Adametz 33, lost to Klink in 1996, receiving 35.7 percent of the vote but he is undaunted. He pointed out that House speaker Newt Gingrich failed to get elected in his first try. All three candidates would like to see the department of education eliminated but Adametz takes it a few Steps further. Noting he disagrees with Klinko a defense of larger government Adametz said he believes the depart please see Klink Page 6 Josephine e. Derobbio 79, 1116 s. Mercer St. Raymond a. Ear one 40, Bessemer Dorothy a. Foster 81, 725 Paul Page 5director/editor Dies los Angeles apr Gene Fowler jr., an Oscar and emmy winning director and editor who made the cult classic a i was a teen age Werewolf and edited the comedy epic a a it a a mad mad mad mad world a died monday. He was 80.saturdayhigh in the 80s Low 55 to 65sundayhigh in the 70s Low in the 50s the week ahead partly Cloudy monday and tuesday. High each Day 75 to 85, Low both Days in 50s. Chance of showers wednesday. High in 70s, Low in 50s. A two begin quest to unseat Lagrotta by John k. Manna new Castle news Dennis Neese believes its time a Republican served the 10th District in the state House of representatives. James f. Peters would like to see a Kindler and gentler state department of environmental Protection. The two Are seeking the Republican nomination for state representative in the 10th District in tuesdays primary. The Winner will face state rep. Frank Lagrotta in november. Lagrotta is unopposed in his quest for a seventh term. A i thought it was time to really get a Republican candidate in office and at the same time a conservative a said Neese a Perry township resident. Neese 42, is making his first run for Public office. He is a member of the Lawrence county Republican committee. Peters 60, of Butler ran for supervisor of Center township five years ago and lost by one vote. Neese said he believes the country is being led too far away from the Constitution. The Constitution guarantees individuals the right to keep and Bear arms. He said a Law has been passed in Philadelphia prohibiting people from carrying a gun. A a that a one thing id work to change a he said adding that municipalities should not have that Power. Peters said he believes he can offer some expertise to change Dep please see Lagrotta Page 7today�?Ts obituaries weekend weather meet Theodore g. Garda occupation retired for 27 years from the inspection department at . Steel Community service retired from the Ellwood City auxiliary police and As a Deputy Pennsylvania game protector Volunteer at the wednesday soup luncheon at first United methodist Church in Ellwood City member for 60 years at the Ellwood Wampum Rod and gun club birthrate dec. 12,1907 Hometown a farm near Falls Creek in Jefferson county first childhood memory at age 5 or 6, watching my dad working the Crusher at the Stone quarries people May be surprised to know i still Hunt and fish favorite dish pumpkin Flowers battered and deep Fried three words that describe me Best on the go practical Well informed. I read three newspapers a Day and do three crossword puzzles Best advice i Ever heard stay healthy Zuj Kojl it it car
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